From The New York Times, 11/7/2014.
Print headline: TV Shrinks to Fit.
Website headline: For Millennials, the End of the TV Viewing Party.
Back in the Norman Rockwell days of one-career households and family dinners, that trusted cathode box was not only the centerpiece of most living rooms, it also served as a form of emotional glue for the family. Through it, the shared experiences — the Beatles on “Ed Sullivan,” the Miracle on Ice — would define a generation.Backing up a year
1994. O. J. Simpson provides the last tube of emotional glue to bring us together one more time..